It has been years since I blogged about lot-line windows in New York City. Risk-takers or ignoramuses pay them no heed at their peril. In Cambodia, however, it may make no difference to worry about them.
The windows in New York are in buildings constructed up to the limits of the lot they occupy, often for decades. By law, the windows have chicken wire embedded in them so as to be recognizable as potentially obstructed.
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